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After ten months of negotiations, Queensland Catholic employers have determined that they will now conduct a ballot for a new collective agreement.
Lutheran Education Queensland (LEQ) has confirmed its plan to cut, control and constrain employees’ working conditions in the new collective agreement.
Creche & Kindergarten (C&K) members have overwhelmingly endorsed a new collective agreement after an employee ballot saw 95.28 per cent employee approval.
15 Oct 2019 : Members at Nyangatjatjara College win in new agreement
Wage and allowance increases plus the payment of accrued Not In Teaching Time amongst the significant enhancements for members in their new collective agreement.
A new clause inserted into the Educational Services (Post-Secondary Education) Award 2010 is a positive step forward for VET and ELICOS employees in the fight against insecure work in the sector.
The achievement by members of a $101,000 salary for top automatic step classroom teacher in the Queensland Catholic sector has set a new benchmark for the remuneration of teachers across the sector and the state.
Having endorsed their new agreement in an employee ballot this week, members at Brisbane Grammar school will become the first in the Queensland non-government school sector to have access to 10 days paid domestic violence leave.
Members at Canterbury College are set for significant enhancements to their working conditions after endorsing their new collective agreement late last month.
ELICOS sector members at the Sarina Russo Institute in Queensland have secured enhanced working conditions and contemporary wages after the negotiation of a new collective agreement.
7 Aug 2015 : Number of single site agreements sought soars
Members in over 30 Queensland and the Northern Territory schools across are currently seeking to secure enhanced working rights and conditions.
Members at Ipswich Grammar School are set to achieve a positive outcome in their collective negotiations, with significant enhancements to working conditions agreed.
15 Jun 2015 : Funding figures not in dispute as employers remain wedded to incomprehensible wage position
Queensland Catholic school employers continue to dispute the employee position that there should be comparability of teacher rates to that of a major interstate Catholic employer, namely NSW Catholic Diocesan despite acknowledging the accuracy of funding …